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Monday, April 27, 2015

ROSARY FOR UNBORN BABIES BEGINS MAY 1st

    Registrations Received from 35 Nations



MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE [U.S.A.] - (April 27th, 2015)  

The May 1st - 3rd ONE MILLION ROSARIES FOR UNBORN BABIES prayer event (coordinated by the Saint Michael the Archangel Organization) will have persons from at least 35 nations praying the Rosary for an end to the surgical and non-surgical killing of unborn human persons. Those nations are:
Tanzania, Poland, Denmark, Kenya, Croatia, England, India, Belize, Malaysia, India, Germany, Malta, United States of America, Australia, Italy, Romania, Trinidad and Tobago, Argentina, Uganda, Netherlands,Colombia, South Africa, United Arab Emirates, Canada, Pakistan, New Zealand, Scotland, Philippines, Austria, Ireland, France, Spain, Kuwait, Botswana, and Guatemala.
A small sampling of emails received by the Saint Michael the Archangel Organization includes
the following:

The Catholic Daughters of the Americas have registered approximately 800 Rosaries;
  • Cenacle Sisters in India will pray 300 Rosaries;
  • A group in the Philippines has registered 300 Rosaries;
  • One family in Chicago and another family in Portland will each pray 15 Rosaries;
  • Three Catholic schools have each registered 300 Rosaries(one is from the Fort Worth diocese, another is in the Corpus Christi diocese, and the other school is in the Bridgeport diocese); 
  • A parish in the diocese of Victoria, Texas has registered 300 Rosaries. 
Persons interested in registering for the ONE MILLION ROSARIES FOR UNBORN BABIES may
do so by going to the website www.SaintMichaelTheArchangelOrganization.org or by writing to:
S.M.T.A.O.; P. O. Box 41257; Memphis, Tennessee 38174; U.S.A. In addition to registering,
it is hoped many people will help promote this pro-life prayer event.


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